In line with government directive, Punnetts Town Community Primary School has now closed to all pupils from Monday 23rd March 2020.   Provision is in place for certain pupils identified by government criteria – this is available from 7.45 am (payable breakfast club) to 3.15 pm each day.  Please contact imorse@punnettstown.e-sussex.sch.uk for details. We will need 48 hours notice to try to put provision in place. 

All pupils working from home have work set for them and staff will continue working to update this over the coming weeks.  Please check out the classes tab and look for remote learning for further website links and ideas.  For pupils with out internet access, please contact your class teacher for further learning activities.

If you have any concerns for your health, or that of your children, please contact NHS 111. 

Please remember that Childline is always able to help with any safeguarding concerns at https://www.childline.org.uk/ or phone 0800 1111.  Please also see our safeguarding policy under the parents tab/policies for other contact details on the front page.

Welcome to Punnetts Town Community Primary School

In Partnership We Grow & Learn Together
Love & Care, Respect & Friendship

Punnetts Town C. P. School is a special place. We are a small, friendly village school, within the Woodlands Federation, where our children and families are at the centre of all that we do. We believe that childhood is a precious time, and this underpins our aim to nurture our children's creativity, encourage their social development and create a love of learning within a culture of high expectations.

We enjoy positive partnerships with our parents and wider community, and have especially close links with Little Punnetts Pre–school which allows us to offer education from 2 – 11 years on the same site. Click here to visit the Little Punnetts Pre-school website.

Inez Morse
Executive Headteacher

Catherine Winter
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

“Punnetts Town is a fantastic local primary school, which has a strong community and family identity.”
“pupils develop a disposition to learn and resilience as learners.” – OFSTED 2018

We are always happy to welcome prospective parents to visit us and see what makes us a fun, happy and special place to be.